Innovation and Networks Executive Agency

204 proposals submitted for Horizon 2020 transport funding

Creation date: February 1, 2018

INEA has received 204 project proposals by the deadline for 9 topics under the Mobility for Growth call. The total indicative budget is €155 million.

Successful projects are expected to demonstrate innovative solutions towards low-carbon and sustainable transport, as well as contribute significantly to transport safety, and to the development of advanced technological capabilities in transport. In total, nine topics were open for application for this stage of the call (see table below).

The proposals will now be evaluated in a two-stage selection process. The initial evaluation will start on 19 February 2018. The applicants will be informed if their proposal was successful by 30 April 2018 at the latest. If so, they will be invited to submit a full project proposal by 19 September 2018. The results of the final selection will be known no later than 19 February 2019. 

Topic Description Submitted proposals Budget
LC-MG-1-1-2018 InCo flagship on reduction of transport impact on air quality 34 €30 M
LC-MG-1-2-2018 Sustainable multi-modal inter-urban transport, regional mobility and spatial planning. 33 €12 M
LC-MG-1-3-2018 Harnessing and understanding the impacts of changes in urban mobility on policy making by city-led innovation for sustainable urban mobility 24 €11 M
LC-MG-1-4-2018 Hardening vehicle environmental protection systems against tampering 2 €5 M
MG-2-1-2018 Human Factors in Transport Safety 38 €18 M
MG-2-2-2018 Marine Accident Response 11 €35 M
MG-3-1-2018 Multidisciplinary and collaborative aircraft design tools and processes 25 €12 M
MG-3-2-2018 The Autonomous Ship 14 €20 M
MG-3-3-2018 Driver behaviour and acceptance of connected, cooperative and automated transport 23 €12 M

 

The selection of projects will be done by external independent experts. These evaluators are drawn from the European Commission's database.

The Commission is looking to expand the database through a call for experts covering a very broad range of fields. If you fit the profile and would like to be considered for evaluations, please sign up in the Participant Portal.

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